Ukraine Accuses Russia of Cyberattack on Judiciary Systems

Ukraine has once again accused Russian intelligence services of launching cyberattacks against one of its government organizations. Ukrainian security service SBU announced that its employees blocked an attempt by Russian special services to breach information and telecommunications systems used by the country’s judiciary.

According to the SBU, the attack started with a malicious email purporting to deliver accounting documents. The documents hid a piece of malware that could have been used to disrupt judicial information systems and steal data.

Read more about the cyberattack attributed to Russia on SecurityWeek.





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